i-movix Autoclip Feature for INFINITE Slow Motion Camera
The unique Autoclip feature means that important content can now be transferred automatically “behind the scenes” directly into the server infrastructure, and is immediately available to VT operators without the need for any intervention.
“The scalability, adaptability and affordability of our INFINITE slow motion camera have already seen it widely adopted in a variety of production workflows – and the addition of the new Autoclip feature further enhances its attractiveness,” said Laurent Renard, I-MOVIX CEO. “INFINITE can now make an even more significant contribution to production teams looking for a simple way to achieve optimum usage of their available assets.”
Demonstrated for the first time at NAB 2016, INFINITE is the first slow motion camera to capture and provide continuous on-board loop recording of more than one hour’s footage at high frame rates and resolutions: its extended memory means that it does not require dedicated server infrastructure. Its extensive and sophisticated slow motion capabilities empower production teams to review and use substantial content for the live show, for post-game analysis or for marketing.
INFINITE also benefits from its minimal 2RU footprint in the truck, helping to streamline production logistics when used either in standalone mode without a dedicated server, or in conjunction with a server. It only requires a single channel, saving cost and space in the OB van, making it a highly cost-effective option that can contribute to lower cost of ownership.
INFINITE has the capability to be used for remote/IP operation, and in a wireless setup.
I-MOVIX is the worldwide leader in extreme slow motion for sports broadcast (from 75 to over 5,000 FPS). The company’s products are the first true ultra-slow motion systems, fully integrated for broadcast use, offering the unprecedented combination of very high frame rates and instant replay, or continuous streaming. The technology has applications in live sports and other live TV productions, as well as in commercials, documentaries, feature films, and scientific R&D.